(*** ADHD ALERT! Len >> 140 chars) You can add mine to the list of scratched 6s/6s+ screens. I should have known better. It started before the SIM-free SG 64GB iPhone 6s arrived last Wednesday. After a few years using 1-2 year-old phones on prepaid, this was my first flagship purchased new. $805 with tax. The naked phone felt luxurious in my hand. Smooth, supple curves longing to be turned over and over; the aluminum case vulnerable, awaiting its first scratch when set down incautiously. I’ve never used a case or screen protector, and my phones have stayed nearly pristine. Screens are supposed to be nearly scratch proof, and I’ve never had one. But I couldn’t bear the thought of scratching that beautiful aluminum, so I covered it up. Seeing the phone in its case reminded me of old folks buying a new sofa and leaving the plastic shipping wrap on it so as not to hurt it. Tragedy struck in the first day or two. I noticed a ¾” micro scratch in bright light. I’ve never had one, and I babied this phone like never before. After reading too many similar stories on this forum and Apple discussions, along with my own experience here, I became a believer: something’s changed in the coating of the 6s over previous iPhones. To the OCD-afflicted <cough>, whether that’s true or not is irrelevant. We believe it to be true, and deciding I was facing a potential onslaught of scratches unless I covered the screen, too, was too much to bear. The joy of using a $800 phone evaporated. To stave off the inevitable spiral of angst, then depression, then anger, all because of a phone, I dropped it off at FedEx this morning, returning it to Apple for a refund. I reactivated my spotless two-year-old Galaxy S4 and went on with my life. Stress free. Really, a well-adjusted adult shouldn’t be bothered by such things. But at least I recognized that I am and did something about it that I knew I could live with. To everyone stressing about their own phone’s imperfections, deal with it or move on.